• Network printing through OpenVPN

    I set up an OpenVPN server in bridged mode - using tap0 - and client both running CentOS 4.4. The VPN works perfectly, except for printing from the client LAN - 10.1.2.x/24 to the server LAN - 10.1.1.x/24. I am using a HP 1320n network printer with IP on the server side. I can telnet to...

    Skyfly2215 pointsBadges:
  • What if the segment that have two cables is between two switches with passive ODF in between?

    What if the segment was a segment between two switches, and a passive ODF in between, the first cable is SMF from SW1 to the ODF and the second is MMF from the ODF to SW2? This mistakenly happened, and it worked for some time then the problems started to happen. Do you have any idea/explanation why...

    rhashish5 pointsBadges:
  • Can a IP address be tracked when using personal iPhone hotspot?

    Hi, I have done something really silly. I found out my mates husband was cheating on her and got into his Facebook account which he had left open on a android LG phone ( he only uses when in America) to send my friend a message from his FB account with all the details. I used my iPhone's personal...

    MissComputerilliterate25 pointsBadges:
  • Cache Ubuntu downloads on LAN

    For our small company, my friend and I have several Ubuntu machines and we've been running into issues with our Internet connection. And every once in a while, multiple machines need to be updated at once. Can we just get one our machines to download everything and then use that for the other...

    ITKE376,420 pointsBadges:
  • Different between a port address, a logical address, and a physical address?

    What is the difference between a port address, a logical address, and a physical address? Thank you very much.

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • How do I print from within a DOS program (FoxPro) to a wireless printer?

    How do I print from within a DOS program (FoxPro) to a HP OfficeJet j6480 wireless printer?

    JerryMus5 pointsBadges:
  • WAN solution suggestion

    We are a small research organization with a few servers, 2 switches and 2 Firewalls in a high availability environment; we do not have our own router as the internet infra is provided by the building in which we reside on a floor. We are setting up a remote site, having almost same type of systems,...

    edhrtiw15 pointsBadges:
  • Hacking through VPN

    My phone is picking up other people's microphones. Only when I call one number. It only does it while dialing out to a certain number. There is soft clicking on the line when it does ring out. I have checked almost everything on my phone and came to VPN. I have never used it and haven't even heard...

    Paigepaige5 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up access point mode Wi-Fi hotspot in Ubuntu

    Is there a way I can create an access point mode Wi-Fi hotspot in Ubuntu? Thanks for the help.

    ITKE376,420 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco Aironet boot loader problem

    Hi, I am having Cisco Aironet 1242G, in this when try to power on it gives red light status, there is a boot loader issue, can anyone help me to rectify the same?

    ridiin5 pointsBadges:
  • FTP issue with password

    I have to sign on an FTP server via a batch process. The FTP server has a password with a special character within it. The FTP log shows the following text after the password > xxx*** Subcommand 'xxx' not valid. (above xxx represents the first portion of the text of the password, the first * is...

    Chrisvj55 pointsBadges:
  • Problem in detecting devices using UDP broadcast

    I'm working with an iOS(Objective-C) application that detects devices and displays them in a tableview. The problem with the current application is that it only reads one device randomly even if there are multiple devices available. I think that once it detects a device it stops detecting the...

    Racoon065 pointsBadges:
  • Is it possible to have a wildcard CNAME record?

    On my domain name system (DNS), I understand that it's possible to have a DNS A record with a wildcard. But here's my question: Can I have a wildcard CNAME record? Thank you very much

    ITKE376,420 pointsBadges:
  • How can I configure a static IPv6 address?

    I'm sorry if this question sounds confusing but I currently have a Windows machine that I need to make a domain controller in a test domain for my virtual machines. However, my DCPROMO keeps giving me an error warning that the IP addresses aren't configured correctly. And I can't disable IPv6. Is...

    ITKE376,420 pointsBadges:
  • Option 65 not available on LAN

    Hi guys, I have a power 5 525 that has been disconnected for a long time. I'm trying to bring it back to life. I went to control panel to select LAN console with 65+21 in manual mode but after doing 25 + 26 it only goes until option 64. Any ideas on this one? Thanks in advance

    Aringarosa335 pointsBadges:
  • How do I become an ICT professional?

    How do I become an information and communications technologies (ICT) professional?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Allow file sharing with our DNS on Microsoft Windows

    I'm trying to allow file sharing with our DNS alias on Microsoft Windows but I'm not sure of the process. I need to use DNS CNAME to reference several of our servers. I actually have to change the name of our servers too.

    ITKE376,420 pointsBadges:
  • Routing in SDN

    Which routing conventions would be used in SDN? There has been talk of centralized routing where the controller makes all forwarding decisions but I haven't been able to find any material on the kind of algorithms to be used to accomplish this. Or will current routing algorithms be used with rule...

    Bunmiemich20 pointsBadges:
  • NOC engineer career

    Career confusion?? Hi, I am a trainedin mcse,ccna guy but being a fresher did not find one job in networking field. I came across this opening of NOC Engineer - solaris at a company and they are hiring freshers, I got the job as NOC engineer, I have not much knowledge about linux/solaris but they...

    Shummu5 pointsBadges:
  • Is Intel making a Curie node for LoRaWAN?

    Is Intel thinking of making a Curie node for the LoRaWAN?

    Alkmaarder5 pointsBadges:

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